AeroDefense has announced a new mobile deployment option, named AirWarden.
Its mobile deployments operate independently, as a patrolling group (patent pending), or in conjunction with permanently mounted systems.
It provides flexible deployment options and in-motion detection with its detection antennas and sensor electronics being installed in existing mobile command centers or marine vessels.
AirWarden’s four-inch, four-ounce antenna easily mounts on an external antenna mast and connects to detection electronics inside a customer-provided ground vehicle or marine vessel for discreet drone detection operations.
AirWarden mobile sensors create a dynamic network in two ways to enhance location accuracy.
When a mobile sensor comes within range of a fixed network, it can extend a permanent installation network.
Mobile sensors in separate command vehicles or marine vessels can move at patrol speed in a search grid fashion to locate both drones and pilots.
Linda Ziemba, AeroDefense founder and CEO, said: “AeroDefense offers the unique capability of drone detection in motion that does not require legal authorization to operate.”
“We already had a solid foundation for the software that received a Department of Homeland Security SAFETY Act designation last year, so adding flexible deployment options allows us to help security teams protect more people.”